VA Illiana Health Care System, Danville, Illinois
Mental Health Services - Inpatient
Inpatient Mental Health Services are available. Inpatient psychiatry is a 29 bed, locked unit with 24-hour monitoring and nursing supervision. The unit provides a safe environment for veterans in crisis. Veterans hospitalized on this unit are assigned a treatment team which consists of a psychiatrist, psychologist, social worker, and nurse. Treatment plans are tailored to meet each veterans needs. Group and individual therapy is available to all inpatients.
To further develop and promote Mental Health Recovery practices, a Local Recovery Coordinator (LRC) is on-site. The LRC functions as a champion and advocate for the recovery model in addition to developing a 3-5 year strategic plan for this facility that identifies staged implementation of recovery oriented services. The LRC is responsible for coordinating the evaluation of recovery implementation at this facility and reporting results to the National Recovery Coordinator (NRC). With guidance from the NRC, the LRC will implement measures to assess recovery policy and procedure adherence, as well as assess the extent that the recovery model is embodied in the mental health programs.
Recovery Oriented Care:
- Views veterans as partners in care
- Emphasizes person-centered care
- Is strengths-based
- Encourages hope, empowerment, personal responsibility and meaningful roles in life
- Uses evidenced-based practices to support veterans in goal attainment
- Engages veterans in proactively managing their own responses to symptoms
1900 E. Main Street
Danville, IL 61832
Hours of Operation
- M-F 8:00a.m.-4:00p.m.